Môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 9 viết một bài luận tiếng anh về kinh thành huế (dài khoảng 1 trang giấy)


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    Famously being one of Vietnam’s seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Imperial City of Hue has long been a must-see attraction for tourists visiting a hidden charm of Vietnam.

    The Imperial City of Hue was actually a walled fortress and palace belonged to the ancient city of Hue which was a capital city of the Nguyen Dynasty for 140 years date back from 1805 until 1945.

    The grandeur architecture was planned to be built in 1803 by Gia Long – an emperor who founded the Nguyen Dynasty. During 27 years from 1805 to 1832, the Imperial City of Hue was finally completed under the reign of Minh Mang, making it the most massive structure being built in the history of modern Vietnam involving thousands of workers, millions cubic meters of rock and huge volume of burden workload. It locates on the northern bank of Huong River, turning South with total land area of 520 ha. The place was made UNESCO Site in 1993 with the remained buildings being actively restored and preserved after the destruction from the Vietnam War.

    The Imperial City of Hue has a circumference of 10 kilometers with the height of 6.6 meters and 21 meters thick with forts being meanderingly arranged, accompanied by cannons, artilleries and ammunitions. Initially the fortress was built solely by soil, only to be replaced by bricks afterward. Surrounding the city is the complicated canal system served not only as a protection but also as a waterway with nearly seven kilometers.

    There are total of ten main majestic gates leading to the Imperial City of Hue, which can be divided into two main parts excluding houses and mansions: The Citadel and The Forbidden City. The former served to protect the important palaces inside while the latter was where the emperor and the royal family stayed as well as the court’s workplace. All the typically traditional Eastern architectures including majestic palaces, tombs and museums stand accordantly together to make an utmost amusing attraction right in the heart of Vietnam.

    There is no difficulty getting to the Imperial City. From Phu Bai International Airport, head straight to 1A Highway and you’ll be standing right next to a massive gate leading its way inside; just prepare 50.000 VND for the ticket and all there’s left for you to do is sightseeing the magnificence of the Imperial City of Hue.


    Immediately after taking the throne, King Gia Long intended to choose the location to build the new citadel. Therefore, the commune conducted a survey on his own and in the end, he agreed to choose a large area of ​​land on the north bank of the Huong River to build a new capital. This land includes land of the villages of Phu Xuan, Van Xuan, An Hoa, An My, Dien Phai, An Van, An Bao, The Lai and part of the two rivers Bach Yen and Kim Long.
    Kinh Thanh Hue is located on the North bank of the Perfume River, with the area of ​​520 hectares. Kinh Thanh and all architectural works of Hoang Thanh, Tu Forbidden City rotate to the South.
    The citadel is 6.6m high, 21m thick, has a circumference of nearly 10 km, is built in a meandering way with fortresses arranged evenly apart. Accompanied by cannons, cannons, ammunition storage. The citadel was initially only covered with earth, and only started to build bricks until the end of Gia Long’s life. Outside the castle, there is a system of trenches covering for defense purposes. The citadel has 10 main gates, and especially there is one more door called Tran Binh Mon, connecting with the auxiliary city in the northeast corner of Kinh Thanh – Binh Dai Tran (also known as Mang Ca citadel), and two doors by water. communicate Kinh Thanh to the outside through the Ngu Ha system. The complex of Hue Citadel relics is a unique feature and valuable heritage left by the ancient dynasties. Therefore, this place receives special attention from visitors, as well as needs to be preserved and preserved for future generations.

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